35X3 Subject to: 0.75X1+1.05X2+1.35X3≤1,500(Budget) 24X1+16X2+25X3≤55,296in2 (Oven space) X1≥X2+X3 X2X3≥2.0 X1, X2, X3≥0 Julia’s Food Booth Food items: Pizza Hot Dogs Barbecue Profit per item: 0.75 1.05 1.35 Constraints: Available Usage Left over Budget ($) 0.75 0...
Running Head: JULIA’S FOOD BOOTH Assignment #3: Case Problem "Julia's Food Booth" Mat540 Quantitative Methods August 22, 2012 Julia’s Food Booth (A) Formulate and solve a L.P. model for this case. Variables: Pizza - X1 $1.33 $1.50 14 inches Hot Dogs...
Julia’s Food Booth Case Problem Assignment 3 Max Z =Profit1x1+ Profit2x2+ Profit3x3 A - Formulation of the LP model x1 - number of pizza slice x2 - number of hot dogs x3 - number of barbecue sandwiches Constraints Cost Maximum fund available for food = $1500 Cost per pizza $6 ÷08 (slices)...
Julia’s Food Booth Case Problem MAT 540- Quantitative Methods February 23, 2013 (A) Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. The following variables were be used: X1 = Slices of Pizza X2 = Hot Dogs X3 = BBQ Sandwiches The objective is to maximize profit. maximize Z= 0 .75X1+1...
Name Professor Course Date Julia Food Booth QUESTION 1: Let: The cheese pizza slices be X1 The hotdogs be X2 The sandwiches be X3 Profit = selling price-cost price 1. Profit on slices of pizza 50 - 0.75 = $ 0.75 2. Profit on hot dog 50 -0.45 = $ 1.05 3. Profit on sandwich 2. 25 -...
P=PIZZA H=HOTDOGS S=BARBEQUE SANDWHICHES The L.P. for this case is, Maximize: P= 0.75P +1.05H +1.35S Subject to: 24.5p +16h +25s ≤ 55296 0.75p + 0.45h+0.90s ≤ 1500 P – h – s ≥ 0 H - 2s ≥ 0 P , h , s ≥ 0 The optimal solution occurs when P=1250 h-1250 s=0 Profit =$2250 ...
Julia’s Food Booth (A) Formulate and solve an LP model for this case The objective here is to maximize the profit. Profit is calculated for each variable by subtracting cost from the selling price. The decision variables used are X1 for pizza slices, X2 for hotdog, and X3 for BBQ sandwich...
Julia Food Booth Introduction Julia is planning to lease a food booth outside the Tech Stadium at Home Football games to finance her last year education with all the games go sold out. The rent for the booth per game is $ 1000. Julia will sell slices of Cheese Pizza, Hot Dogs and Barbecue...
Formulation of the LPP Suppose Julia stock X1 numbers of pizza slices, X2 numbers of hot dogs and X2 numbers of sandwiches. Constraints: 1. On the oven space: Space available = 3 x 4 x 16 = 192 sq. feet = 192 x 12 x 12 =27648 sq. inches The oven will be refilled during half time. Thus...
Assignment #3: JULIA`S FOOD BOOTH A. Julia would make $1150 profit after paying all expenses after the first game. And then she would make $1721.22 for the rest of the games. Since she will be clearing her number of $1000 profit per game, she should lease the booth. B. If she borrows money...
Julia Booth Case Study Angela Walker June, 06, 2013 Dr. Carl Tucker field In this case study, I must create a linear programming model for Julia that will help her to decide whether or not she need to lease a booth. The three products or variable we must consider for this booth are pizza, hotdogs...
Julia’s Food Booth. Parts A thru C. Please provide linear programming model, graphical solution, sensitivity report, and answers to questions A thru C. (Problem on page 2) [pic] [pic] A) Formulate and solve a linear programming model for Julia that will help you advise her if she should...
Assignment 3: Julia’s Food Booth Misti Brinson Dr. Matt Johnson Quantitative Methods - MAT Assignment #3: Julia’s Food Booth A. Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case: X1 = pizza slices X2 = hot dogs X3 = B B Q sandwiches This model is set up for the first home game. Next...
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Julia’s Food Booth MAT 540: Quantiative Methods Professor Paul Hollandsworth February 28, 2013 Julia’s Food Booth * (A) Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. * Please see attached excel file. * (B) Evaluate the prospect of borrowing money before the first game. ...
A. Formulate a linear programming model for Julia that will help you to advise her if she should lease the booth. Let, X1 =No. of pizza slices, X2 =No. of hot dogs, X3 = No. of barbeque sandwiches * Objective function co-efficient: The objective is to maximize total profit. Profit is calculated...
(A) Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case Variable Food Cooking Area x1 Pizza Slice 24in sq x2 Hot Dogs 16in sq x3 BBQ Sandwiches 25in sq *The oven space required for a pizza slice is calculated by dividing the total area arequired for a whole pizza by the number of slices in a pizza...
linear programming (LP) problem, the first and most important step is that of problem formulation. There are three decision variables – that is, number of pizza slices, hot dogs, and BBQ sandwiches Julia must sell to maximize her profit and help her decide if she should lease the booth or not. Therefore...
Julia's Food Booth Part A (Formulate) | | | | | | | Step 1: | Define the decision variables: | | | | | | | | x1 | = | How many hot dogs to produce to maximize profit | | | | | x2 | = | How many BBQ Sandwiches to produce to maximize profit | | | | x3 | = | How many Cheese...
Teneika Smith Strayer University Professor Guo Julia’s Food Booth Assignement #3 A. Formulate and solve an L.P. model for this case. x1=slices of pizza x2= Hot Dogs x3= Barbecue Sandwiches Maximize, Z= $0.75x1+ $1.05x2+$1.35x3 Constraints: $0.75x1+$0.45x2+$0.90x3 < = $1500 (cost) ...